Bernie, Des, and I went to the Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area a while ago, during the heat of summer. It’s a big park, much larger and hillier than the Los Angeles State Historic Park that I was used to. Bernie, our resident tour guide, told us that photo-taking opportunities were not as amazing during the summer due to the haze. But still, it was quite an adventurous workout that we had– I was constantly taken aback at just how much further we had yet to walk to the other end. Pictures in the park were taken with Des’ camera, mostly by Des:
This was me being a cat and squeezing through a space as wide as my hand as we scouted for alternative exits of the park. There was only one exit to the park as it stood, and it was a ways away from where we were. Unfortunately, the way out from here was too dangerous a slope, and Bernie couldn’t squeeze through the space anyway.
We found a discarded shopping cart walking down the residential area back to civilisation, and I was so pooped from the excursion that I suggested sitting in it for the rest of the way down. And so we did! We got stopped by someone for a chat regarding filming on alternative vantage points (I was filming from the cart).
Finally, I had some time earlier in the day to take some pictures of myself:
// WHAT I WORE
Forever21 polka dotted blouse & skirt
Top20 magenta tights
Paper Sparrow narwhal necklace
Urban Outfitters platform lace-ups
gifted sunglasses (from Shasha & Ruru!)
Lucky Brand crossbody tote